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A new ComRes survey suggests that people aged 18-35 years are more likely to oppose renewal of Trident than their older peers, in Scotland and beyond.
In the week marking the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, Quakers in Britain are launching a book and exhibition of photographs: “This Light that Pushes Me”.
The WCC has welcomed ratification of the world’s first Arms Trade Treaty, a year after it was adopted by the UN General Assembly, but wants more action.
The UN Security Council must extend the mandate of the peacekeeping mission to Western Sahara to monitor and protect human rights, an all-party group of British MPs said today.
People bereaved by US drone strikes in Yemen have aunched an organisation supporting affected communities and highlighting the civilian impact of the "targeted killing" programme.
The President of the Methodist Conference, the Rev Ruth Gee, says the Arms Trade Treaty is a "legal milestone that should help to protect those who are abused and oppressed".
At least 500,000 people die every year on average and millions more are displaced and abused as a result of armed violence and conflict.
Millions around the world will continue to suffer the deadly consequences of the poorly regulated global trade in weapons until many more governments bring the Arms Trade Treaty into force.
We are pleased to highlight an very interesting half-hour vimeo interview between Ekklesia associate and Middle East & North Africa regional expert Dr Harry Hagopian with Catholic Bishop Declan Lang.
A briefing by Amnesty International published yesterday documents atrocities commmitted by Boko Haram and the Nigerian security forces.